Scotty Bowers, the legendary Hollywood sex-fixer who was the topic of the 2017 documentary movie “Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood,” has died on the age of 96.
“Scotty Bowers July 1, 1923 – October 13, 2019,” learn a tweet from Bowers’ official Twitter web page posted Monday, adopted by a quote from the movie: “And remember… it’s as good as it gets right now, baby.”
Bowers first informed his story in his 2012 memoir “Full Service,” which detailed his days working a gasoline station on Hollywood Boulevard within the 1940s, from whence he linked female and male intercourse employees to homosexual and bisexual Hollywood varieties throughout the business.
Whether his purchasers had been hooking up within the station’s loos (or in a handy on-site trailer), or going again as much as their mansions for a “dip in the pool,” Bowers claims to have personally serviced or supplied companions for lots of, lots of them marquee names.
“Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood” additionally particulars how a good-looking younger Bowers, contemporary out of the military, obtained propositioned by actor Walter Pidgeon on the gasoline station at some point and shortly turned Tinseltown’s go-to sex-fixer. Bowers didn’t wish to be known as a “pimp,” nevertheless, since he says he by no means took cash from anybody he procured; a few of his former cohorts attested to this on digicam.
Bowers boasted that he fastened up Cary Grant and Rock Hudson, and set Katharine Hepburn up with dozens of girls. He additionally claimed to offer companions to heterosexual stars together with Vivian Leigh and Desi Arnaz and to have personally shared a mattress with J. Edgar Hoover.
The director of “Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood,” Matt Tyrnauer, can also be behind the 2019 movie “Where’s My Roy Cohn,” in regards to the lawyer greatest often called Joseph McCarthy’s chief counsel through the Army-McCarthy listening to, and who later served as a mentor to these like Roger Stone and Donald Trump.
July 1, 1923 – October 13, 2019
“And remember… it’s as good as it gets right now, baby” —Scotty from “Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood”https://t.co/EqltzMO43p
— Scotty Bowers (@ScottyBowers) October 14, 2019
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